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THE STANTON LECTURES

2021 - 2022

‘Race Before the Modern Era’

Professor Geraldine Heng

University of Texas at Austin

Lecture I: Thursday, October 28: “What’s Religion Got to Do with It? Seeing, Reading,Teaching Race in the European Middle Ages"

 

Lecture 2: Thursday, January 20: “Between Theory and History: Key Words, KeyConcepts, and the Premodern Archive"

 

Lecture 3: Thursday, March 17: (TBD)

 

Lecture 4: Thursday, May 5 (TBD)

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 2020-21 Professor Olivier Boulnois 'Paul & Philosophy'
  • 2019-20 Professor John E. Hare 'The Good Life and the Holy Spirit'
  • 2018 -19: Professor Eleonore Stump, on 'Atonement' - Full Programme
  • 2017-18: Professor Joel Robbins, on Theology and the Anthropology of Christian Life - Full Programme - Audio Recordings
  • 2016-17: Professor Simon Oliver, on Creation’s Ends: Teleology, Ethics and the Natural
  • 2014-15: Professor Peter Ochs, on Scripture and Reason: The Philosophy of Biblical Language and Interpretation
  • 2013-14: Professor Stephen Mulhall, on The Great Riddle: Wittgenstein and Nonsense, Theology and Philosophy
  • 2012-13: Professor Paul Griffiths, on The End: An Eschatological Assay
  • 2011-12: Professor Roger Scruton, on Thought Towards God
  • 2010-11: Professor John Milbank, on Philosophy: A Theological Critique
  • 2009-10: Professor Jeffrie Murphy, on Remorse, Apology and Forgiveness
  • 2008-09: Dr Tamra Wright, on Love Stories: Self, Other, Text & God in 20th Century Jewish Thought
  • 2007-08: Professor Robin Le Poidevin, on And Was Made Man: Incarnation and Metaphysics
  • 2006-07: Professor John Beer, on The Crisis of the Word in English Romantic Literature
  • 2005-06: Professor Gordon Graham, on Art in an irreligious world
  • 2004-05: Professor Alvin Plantinga, on Evolution and Christian Belief
  • 2003-04: Professor John Cottingham, on The Concept of the spiritual: religion, morality and science

 

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